Leidse hoogleraren vanaf 1575

Remco Erik Breuker (Remco)

Geboren
1972
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (2006)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
2006
Plaats
Leiden
Proefschrift
When truth is everywhere: the formation of plural identities in medieval Korea, 918-1170

Gewoon hoogleraar (2011)

Benoeming
Gewoon hoogleraar
Faculteit
Geesteswetenschappen
Vakgebied
Japans, Chinees en Koreaans
Leeropdracht
Koreastudies
Datum benoeming
2011-09-01
Datum oratie
2012-09-21
Titel oratie
Alsof het ertoe doet: het verleden in het heden in Korea en elders

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • Breuker R.E., Lewis J.B. & Koh G. (2012), Korean historiography. In: Daniel Woolf, Sarah Foot and Chase F. Robinson (Red.) Oxford History of Historical Writing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Breuker R.E. (), Mountains and water: Landscapes and limits in medieval Korea. In: Hazel Hahn & Vimalin Rujivacharakul, Hazel Hahn & Vimalin Rujivacharakul (Red.) Architectura-ized Asia: Mapping the continent through architecture and geography, edited by. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Breuker R.E. (2012), And now, Your Highness, we'll discuss the location of your hidden rebel base’: Guerrilla's, rebels and Mongols in medieval Korea, Journal of Asian History 45.
  • Breuker R.E. (2011), Narratives of inauthenticity, impurity and disorder: Or, how forgeries, half-castes and hooligans shaped pre-modern Korean history, Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 11(2): 183-208.
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), O fleeting joyes of Paradise, or: How nativism enjoyed its 15 minutes of f(r)ame in medieval Korea. In: Blezer H.W.A., Teeuwen M .J. (Red.) Framing identity discourse in Buddhist environments: The special case of ‘nativist’ strategie. Leiden/Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), The formation of plural identities in medieval Korea (918-1170): History, ideology and identity in the Koryŏ dynasty. Leiden/Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), Writing history in Koryŏ: Some early Koryŏ historical works reconsidered, Korean Histories 2(1): 57-84.
  • Breuker R.E. (2009), Toppling the tiger, devouring the dragon: Alternative readings of Korean history through the muhyŏp genre, Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 9(2): 243-266.
  • Breuker R.E. (2009), Korea’s forgotten war: Appropriating and subverting the Vietnam War in Korean popular imaginings,”, Korean Histories 1(1): 36-59.
  • Breuker R.E. (2007), Landscape out of time: ‘De-chronicling’ the landscape in medieval Korea, Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 7(2): 69-107.
  • Breuker R.E. & Ceuster K. de (2007), Introduction. The Area in the middle, or: The globalisation of eccentricity. In: Breuker R.E. (Red.) Korea in the Middle. Korean Studies and Area Studies. Leiden: CNWS Publications. 1-19.
  • Breuker R.E. (2007), Colonial modernities in the 14th century: Empire as the harbinger of modernity. In: Korea in the middle. Korean Studies and Area Studies. Leiden: CNWS Publications. 45-66.
  • Breuker R.E. (19 december 2006), When truth is everywhere: the formation of plural identities in medieval Korea, 918-1170 (Dissertatie). Promotor(en) en Copromotor(en):Walraven B.C.A.
  • Breuker R.E. (2006), The one in three, the three in one: The Koryŏ Three Han as a pre-modern nation, Journal of Inner and East Asian Studies 2(2): 143-168.
  • Breuker R.E. (2006), Siebold-ŭi pogosŏ ‘Nippon’ chung-ŭi Chosŏn-e kwallyŏnhan sŏsul, Kukche Koryŏhak = International journal of Korean studies 7: 151-161.
  • Breuker R.E. (2005), Contested objectivities: Ikeuchi Hiroshi, Kim Sanggi and the tradition of Oriental History (Tōyōshigaku) in Japan and Korea, East Asian History 29: 1-38.
  • Breuker R.E. (2004), History with a capital H: Kaesŏng’s forgotten claim to capital history, Acta Koreana 7(2): 65-102.
  • Breuker R.E. (2004), Listening to the beat of different drums: Ideology, ritual and music in Koryŏ, The Review of Korean Studies 7(4): 147-174.
  • Breuker R.E. (2003), Koryŏ as an independent realm: The emperor’s clothes?, Korean Studies 27: 48-84.
  • Breuker R.E. (2003), Hamel-gwa Nedŏllandŭ Tongindo hoesa-ŭi Tongbang muyŏk. In: National Museum of Cheju-do (Red.) Hanghae-wa p’yoryu-ŭi yŏksa. Seoul: Sol. 324-330.
Vakpublicaties
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), Forging the truth: Creative deception and national identity in medieval Korea. Canberra: Division of Pacific and Asian Studies.
Populariserend
  • Breuker R.E., Gardingen, van I.B.L.H. & Hwang S.K. (2013), Shimch'ong. Amsterdam: Atlas.
  • Breuker R.E. (20 december 2011), Waarom een volk zo'n spijkerhard dictator duldde. De Morgen.
  • Breuker R.E. (7 november 2011), Het Noord-Korea van Kim Jong Il is de facto een kapitalistische natie. NRC Handelsblad.
  • Breuker R.E. (31 oktober 2011), Een raam is wagenwijd open: Uitgelekte volkstelling geeft gedetailleerde informatie over bevolking Pyongyang. Trouw.
  • Breuker R.E. & van Gardingen I.B.L.H. (2010), Het rijk der lichten. Amsterdam: Ambo/Anthos.
  • Breuker R.E. & van Gardingen I.B.L.H. (2009), Tong. Amsterdam: Meulenhoff.
  • Breuker R.E. & van Gardingen I.B.L.H. (2009), De schaduw van de wapens. Amsterdam: De Arbeiderspers.
  • Breuker R.E. (2009), Nawoord. In: Hwang S.Y. (Red.) De schaduw van de wapens. Amsterdam: De Arbeiderspers.
  • Breuker R.E. & van Gardingen I.B.L.H. (2007), Vogel. Breda: De Geus.
  • Breuker R.E. & van Gardingen I.B.L.H. (2005), Mijnheer Han. Amsterdam: De Arbeiderspers.
Overig
  • Breuker R.E. (21 september 2012), As if it matters: the past in the present in Korean and elsewhere (Oratie). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.
  • Breuker R.E. (21 september 2012), Alsof het ertoe doet: het verleden in het heden in Korea en elders (Oratie). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.
  • Breuker R.E. (2011), Redactielid Korean Histories 2(2).
  • Breuker R.E. (2011), The power of the Buddhas: The politics of Buddhism during the Koryŏ dynasty (918-1392) by Sem Vermeersch [Bespreking van: Vermeersch S (2009) The power of the Buddhas: The politics of Buddhism during the Koryŏ dynasty (918-1392)] Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 71: 155-163.
  • Breuker R.E. & Penny B. (2011), Redactielid East Asian History 37.
  • Walraven B.C.A., Breuker R.E. & Ceuster K. de (2010), Redactielid Korean Histories 2(1).
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), Confucianism and modernization in Korean history [Bespreking van: Yi TJ (2007) Confucianism and modernization in Korean history] Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 10: 254-256.
  • Walraven B.C.A., Breuker R.E. & Ceuster K. de (2010), Redactielid Korean Histories 1(1).
  • Breuker R.E. (2010), Redactielid Korean Histories 2(1).
  • Breuker R.E. (2009), Redactielid Korean Histories 1(1).
  • Breuker R.E. (2007), The overlooked historical records of the Three Korean Kingdoms [Bespreking van: Kim Dal-yong (2006) The overlooked historical records of the Three Korean Kingdoms] Acta Koreana 10.
  • Breuker R.E. (2007), South Korean golden age melodrama: Gender, genre, and national cinema [Bespreking van: Abelmann N., McHugh M. (2005) South Korean golden age melodrama: Gender, genre, and national cinema] Acta Koreana 10.
  • Breuker R.E. (Red.) (2007), Korea in the middle. Korean Studies and Area Studies. Leiden: CNWS Publications.
  • Breuker R.E. (2007), Korean ethnic nationalism [Bespreking van: Gi-Wook Shin (2006) Korean ethnic nationalism: Genealogy, Politics, and Legacy] Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 7: 143-146.
  • Breuker R.E. (2001), Generals and scholars: Military rule in medieval Korea [Bespreking van: Shultz E.J. (2000) Generals and scholars: Military rule in medieval Korea] IIAS Newsletter (Special Issue, The Asia-Pacific War 60 Years On: History and Memory) 25.

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